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Settle in to America’s First Classroom

Now’s the perfect time to bring your kitchen-table-homeschool and stressed homeschool teachers to the beach. Don’t worry – it’s not playing hookie. Textbooks can’t contain the history, nature, and arts & culture experiences you and your favorite students can find here. And just a reminder, you have miles of white-sand beaches to play on once the bell rings. Who says learning can’t be fun? And relaxing!?

 

Settle in to America’s First Classroom

Now’s the perfect time to bring your kitchen-table-homeschool and stressed homeschool teachers to the beach. Don’t worry – it’s not playing hookie. Textbooks can’t contain the history, nature, and arts & culture experiences you and your favorite students can find here. And just a reminder, you have miles of white-sand beaches to play on once the bell rings. Who says learning can’t be fun? And relaxing!?

 

Forts, museums, and historic sites make it easy to explore where DeLuna and his settlers first stepped foot in the US.

 

Inspire, encourage and connect young creatives (and their uninterested siblings) with the art around them.

 

Spark your child’s curiosity about miles of squeaky white sands and wooded trails. Field trips don’t get better than this.

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(Remember, schoolcation comes with vacation fun too.)

Did you know?

 

Some 460 years ago, Spanish explorer Don Tristan de Luna landed a fleet of ships carrying 1,500 people in “Panzacola” to establish what would be considered the first European settlement in the continental United States.

Did you know?

 

Some 460 years ago, Spanish explorer Don Tristan de Luna landed a fleet of ships carrying 1,500 people in “Panzacola” to establish what would be considered the first European settlement in the continental United States.